First Ladies’ Visit to L’Aquila

09 2009

First Ladies’ Visit to L’Aquila

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l’Aquila: The First Ladies’ second day featured a tightly packed schedule of visits in Abruzzo’s capital. The Minister of Equal Opportunities Mara Carfagna and the Minister of Education, Maria Stella Gelmini, welcomed the delegation of twelve spouses.

The ladies were first due to tour L’Aquila’s historical centre to see the areas damaged by the earthquake on 6 April, in particular the cathedral square, the Church of Santa Maria del Suffragio and the Prefecture building.

This is to be followed by a tour of the exhibition on the earthquake and on the Civil Protection Department’s preventive work in Coppito.

There are two dates with culture on the afternoon’s programme, with a tour of the exhibitions set up at the Guardia di Finanza campus in Coppito: one on Italian spheres of excellence and the other on the history of L’Aquila and the techniques used to restore the heritage damaged by the earthquake. They are due to return to Rome in the evening.

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